Washington, DC (PRWEB) December 14, 2013
Born in the DMV but raised overseas, E-HIGH lived and breathed music from an early age. Although as a youth he constantly bounced around internationally, the future producer, writer and rap artist stayed grounded in Hip Hop music. E-HIGH began to build an impressively eclectic album collection that included the likes of artists ranging from Marvin Gaye to N. W. A., coaxing CDs from relatives in America whenever he could.
At age 14, E-HIGH formed a group called LeoNine with two high school friends, and although the group did not get signed off the demo they shopped to labels, it helped to develop his trademark style and flow that, by this time, had been heavily influenced by favorite performers-Bone Thugz~n~Harmony and Eminem. Production soon became an interest as well, and he wrote, produced, and recorded enough original works to fill several mixtapes. He produced and released "Da Hotness" Album in 2009.
Currently his dream of sharing his music with the rest of the world, a talent that began as a labor of love, is being fulfilled with the release of his first official mixtape, “I Can Do It Better” hosted by DJ SMALLZ and DJ SHURE FIRE. Collaborating with producer Selfffmade (@selfffmade1) on singles “Haters Gonna Hate” and “G Dep”, E-HIGH exhibits his lyrical prowess that marks the beginning of greatness to come. This mixtape proves what E-HIGH has always known and what the rest of the industry is about to realize; He can do it better. For more information on E-HIGH check his website ehighsounds.com
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